Saluda School

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Together We Learn: It Takes a Community

Announcements:

National Bike Safety Month

As part of National Bike Safety Month, Saluda Elementary School, Hincapie Sports in Greenville, SC and Adventure Cycles in Saluda, NC collaborated to increase cycling safety for Saluda School students.

Art Show

Saluda Elementary students participated in an art show on Saturday, June 29, celebrating Saluda’s sister city, Carunchio, Italy. The artwork of Saluda Elementary students and Carunchio’s students was displayed along with an artist from Carunchio and local artists at the Saluda Center.

Asian Culture

Mrs. Fletcher’s 2nd grade class has been exploring various Asian cultures through literature, music and art. Students are gaining an appreciation for diverse cultures by learning about various cultural traditions and experiences.

PowerSchool Access

Keeping up with your child’s grades & attendance can now be done using the Powerschool phone app. Contact the school to get your username/password. 828-894-1040

Classroom News:

Women’s History Month

Pearlie Harris visited Saluda Elementary School on March 3 as a kickoff to Women’s History Month. She spoke to a group of first, second, third and fifth grade students in the school auditorium. After growing up in Saluda, Harris earned her undergraduate degree at Barber Scotia College and a Master’s degree in education from Furman...
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McGee's Class

Art Show

Saluda Elementary students participated in an art show on Saturday, June 29, celebrating Saluda’s sister city, Carunchio, Italy. The artwork of Saluda Elementary students and Carunchio’s students was displayed along with an artist from Carunchio and local artists at the Saluda Center.
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Hats Support ACS

Sunny View Elementary students support the American Cancer Society by donating $1 to wear a hat to school each Friday. Mrs. Triplett’s Kindergarten class got in the Hat Day spirit by sporting a variety of hats!
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School Supplies @ TIEC

We enjoyed seeing our students at the Tryon Equestrian Center on Saturday evening for the School Supply drive. A fun time was had by all!
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Reading Challenge

The new year found several Sunny View School 5th graders enjoying their “just desserts”! In order to keep her students reading during the busy fall/winter holiday seasons, Mrs. Gina Kelly-Price challenged her students to read 40 books of specific, varied genres. They read poetry, science fiction, mysteries, historical fiction, folktales, fantasy, informational books, and others....
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